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Aug 28, 2013 5:30am EDT
on paleontology or microbiology. what we're talking about is fundamental. it's before newton's laws. it's green plants. it's fundamental. here's the idea. we humans especially in the developed world work in organizations that are run from the top down. for example in the united states we have a president. evolution doesn't work that way. it's not top-down. evolution is bottom-up. so as the saying goes, nature has its bad designs eaten by its good designs. that's an aphorism. so i'm concerned that your other guests have misapprehension -- they don't grasp this middle idea, which is plild school at the highest. it's sort of elementary evolution. you don't need to go to extraordinary experts around the world. and i want you all when you get a chance to explain to us on the science side, how you reckon the age of the earth, how you reckon the finding of fossil -- in this one example dinosaur bones. how you get to fit with your world view and finally really georgia -- >> we'll get georgia to address arabia for that. ♪ i'm not only in the universe, i'm in the stream. >> welcome back. i want to go s
Aug 22, 2013 6:30pm PDT
. isaac newton, physics type in 1700, figured it out like this. consider a mountain on the earth that's so high that it's up above air drag and put a cannon up there. now we're up above the drag of the air if you fire the cannonball and there was no gravity, none, the cannonball would... [descending whistle] go in a straight line. but the cannonball doesn't go in a straight line. you know why? because there is gravity and gravity pulls it down. so what cannonball does... fooom! it maybe falls like that. do you know what would happen if i fired it faster? fooom! it would be up for a longer time but still fall, wouldn't it? let's suppose i fire it even faster, longer to hit or same time to hit or less time to hit? - longer. - longer to hit. fooom! you know what i'm gonna do now, gang? i'm gonna put all the powder in, all the powder. i'm gonna fire that thing really fast. watch this. fooom! is the cannonball falling? is it still falling? yeah. fooom! so you got to move the cannon out of the way. isaac newton realized that if you fired a cannonball fast enough, it would fall all the way around
Aug 20, 2013 4:00am PDT
. >>> man found dead from gunshot wound at olivia newton-john's home. >>> the latest on the royal family. >>> a man helped by an airlift and the saudi king. you're watching "early today." >>> welcome back. a rally took place in san diego on monday. participants argued the embattled mayor is being denied his due process. 16 women have accused filner of sexual harassment. the city council is calling for his resignation. gloria allred said the two sides met on monday to talk about a possible settlement. >>> an unidentified man was found dead inside the south florida home of olivia newton-john and hospital john easterling. initial reports say the man appears to have been killed by a self-inflicted gunshot wound. newton-john and her husband are currently out of town. >>> prince harry travelled to the african country of angola last week. he visited towns still littered with live land mines. harry followed in the footsteps of his late mother, princess diana. she visited the same area in 1997. >>> prince william and duchess kate released the first family portraits on monday. take a look there. g
Aug 20, 2013 5:00am EDT
found dead from a gunshot wound at olivia newton john's florida home. new details on the prince, the duchess and the real rascal that rules royal roost, prince george, of course. plus a 1300 pound man is helped by an air lift. we'll have the details. right now, 7 years of music is being streamed. a quarter million tweeters are tweeting. and 900 million dollars are changing hands online. that's why hp built a new kind of server. one that's 80% smaller. uses 89% less energy. and costs 77% less. it's called hp moonshot. and it's giving the internet the room it needs to grow. this&is gonna be big. hp moonshot. it's time to build a better enterprise. together. and didn't know where to start. a contractor before at angie's list, you'll find reviews on everything from home repair to healthcare written by people just like you. no company can pay to be on angie's list, so you can trust what you're reading. angie's list is like having thousands of close neighbors, where i can go ask for personal recommendations. that's the idea. before you have any work done, check angie's list. find out
Aug 19, 2013 6:00pm EDT
are getting desperate. >> true true-crime mysteries. a suicide atlivia newton-john's, and why this "rizzoli & isles" star took his own life. the new diana murder theory. plus, prince william breaks his silence today about baby george. >> he's a little bit of a rascal, let's put it that way. >> new pics. madonna dressed up as marie antoinette for her 55th birthday. "extra's" g.p.s. tracking the stars around the globe. plus trueblood's full frontal shocker. is one of the stars leaving the show? [captioning made possible by warner bros. domestic television distribution] >> welcome to extra here at the grove, i'm mario lopez. >> i'm maria menounos. coming up, two shocking suicide headlines. one involving a 29-year-old star of "rizzoli & isles," and the other involving olivia newton-john. we have all the details. >> wow. but first, lindsay lohan's oprah tell-all. i saw it and i thought lindsay looked healthy, she was forthcoming. >> oprah made a big confession too,. here's jerry. >> truthful. >> are you an addict? >> yeah. >> hopeful. >> do you think you can turn it around? >> yeah. >> remorsefu
Aug 11, 2013 11:45pm EDT
all of the human mind. you can't help wondering why somebody like newton or aristotle didn't think the powerful idea. >> semidey that has written about science and ideas what was it like to write about yourself? >> quite difficult. there is an embarrassment about writing about yourself. they said i should overcome pipit i hope it is a good humor book. i like to think it is humorous. finally i enjoyed writing it. >> did you end up enjoying it? why? >> reliving memories. it's not execs do execs the systematic memory of my life. it is a working title that i had in mind when i started writing it. they are kind of round memories that i hope they are put together in such a way to encapsulate a life. ..
Aug 19, 2013 5:00pm EDT
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Aug 8, 2013 11:00am EDT
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Aug 21, 2013 5:00pm EDT
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Aug 24, 2013 9:00am EDT
ranges deviated from the sort of inverse square law of isaac newton to which einstein's theory of general relativity is a good approximation when gravitational theories -- >> let me sum it up correctly. the simple solution to said einstein and newton were wrong? >> is not the civil solution so much as it is a very interesting solution. >> okay. >> because then what you find is that we actually have pretty precise accounting is for these orbits of mars, jupiter, saturn from the orbiter's that are orbiting around these planets. morris has a number of satellites, you know, man-made space probes orbiting it. by galileo space probe around jupiter can continue around saturn, and even voyager two which went by neptune and uranus also give us precise accounting for the final orbit. so what you would need is to come up with some gravity that could explain the orbits of these planets which worked very much as einstein and newton would have predicted. .. >> particular the data that is statistically nature. probably the best bid to we, 60% of the data is. >> could be an empty room, you know. >> you d
Aug 4, 2013 7:30pm EDT
newton to which einstein's theory of general relativity is a good proximation when -- >> so if i'm summing up correct hi, the simple solution is to say that einstein and newton were wrong. >> it's not the simple solution so much as it's a very interesting solution. >> okay. >> because then what you find is that we actually have pretty precise accountings for orbits of mars, of jupiter, saturn from the orbiters that are orbiting around these planets. mars has a number of satellites, you know, manmade space probes orbiting it. the galileo space probe around jupiter, around saturn, and even voyager ii which went by neptune and your us in also gave us precise accountings. so you need some sort of gravity that could explain the orbits of these planets which work very much as einstein and newton would have predicted, and yet also explain the sort of deviation in the trajectory of the spacecrafts. >> so when did they first notice this thing, that it was slowing down a little differently? >> so what anderson told me was around 1982. it took -- and this is a sort of interesting, that's a
Aug 22, 2013 7:00pm EDT
newton and that high-power panther offense. for the ravens' offense, joe flacco trying to integrate with the new parts, the new members of his passing game. the ravens are looking to shine after struggling with the first team offense in the first team defense a week ago against atlanta. the clock is ticking. the regular season is right around the corner. and the ravens are trying to get as ready as they possibly can. tonight, it's the ravens and the panthers. and it's time to count down to kickoff. >> for the third straight thursday the baltimore ravens look to beat an informs south team in the preseason. -- an n.f.c. south team in the preseason. so far so good. >> deflects. to the 30. 20. torrey smith is going all the way! for a ravens touchdown. >> tonight's dress rehearsal the guys you will see on sunday afternoon the most snaps in any preseason game. it also gives coaches the best evils of how their team -- evaluation of how their team looks going into the season. for the third straight thursday avens football on wbal tv 11 and it starts with ravens countdown. >> with all due de
Aug 8, 2013 5:00pm EDT
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Aug 6, 2013 4:30am PDT
newton. >> autopsies are being done this morning on two young boys in canada who were strangled by a 13-foot snake. police say the 7 year old and five year old boys were sleeping at a friend's house sunday night. that friend lives above an exotic pet store run by his father. the snake escaped its enclosure and crawled through the ventilation system and into the room. the son of the pet shop owner was not in the same room as the two victims. a man who sells exotic animals at a different shop says this is rare. >> i think it would have to be very underfed. it would have to be hungry and not in good condition. >> police have now logged a criminal investigation. >>> a 13-foot python was also found hiding in a shed in florida. they also found the remains of the snake's meals which included a cat. five rescue members had to remove it from the shed and said it weighed about 100 pounds. >> president obama is focusing on the u.s. housing market this week. this morning the president -- it includes shutting down sandy may and freddie mac. tomorrow the president will take part on the question and a
Aug 15, 2013 4:00am PDT
were probably the quintessential roadside attraction, a gentleman by the name of newton perry had this idea of taking synchronized swimming underwater. and that's how the whole concept of the week wachee mermaids began." it began in 1947, and by the 60s, when visitors flockedto florida for beaches and sunshine, weeki wachee mermaids performed for nearly a million visitors every year. but soon after , attendance took a deep dive. in the early 70s, mickey mouse became more popular than mermaids and tourists stayed put in orlando. weeki wachee shuffled owners and eventually fell into disrepair. early in the last decade attendance averaged only 160,000 per year. but today, mermaids have something to smile about. more and more visitors are discovering weeki wachee every year, and for that, the park has the state of florida to thank. in 2007 when investors didn't want to sink any more money into the attraction, the state stepped in i to save weeki wachee's tails. today it's florida's newest state park, and weeki wachee has the funds needed to stay afloat. and floridians are rediscover
Aug 20, 2013 7:00am PDT
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Aug 25, 2013 8:00am PDT
the momentum, you know, with those little balls. >> oh, yes. >> think of newton's cradle, you hit the first prealternative strike, right, the whole group reacts since school and that's what's funny, you continue because there's momentum. >> nobody wants to stand out and be part and say, you know, you're wrong they're afraid they're going to get bullied themselves. >> my advice to everyone is listening to walk away. we don't walk away enough. >> before we leave, they're giving me the end here, but the question is what do parents do or teachers do if they see this happening, how do they stop it. >> stop the bullying is first of all you've dot to get the bully and the victim to talk to each other. you cannot punish only one time. it's something that has to be done together and you have to make the effort both the parents and the educators to get both the parents, both the victims and the billionly together that. 's step no. 1. step no. 2 is to recognize signs that we were talking about don't ignore and don't feel that your child is a bad person because it's a bully. >> you can certainly get in
Aug 31, 2013 1:30pm PDT
into syria. >> jay newton-small, "time" magazine, thanks so much for come? >> thank you. >>> the president today making his case for military action in syria. we're taking a closer look at his plan and his strong messages to congress, world leaders, and also the american people. but tracking all the action and hearing everything from our marketing partners, the media and millions of fans on social media can be a challenge. that's why we partnered with hp to build the new nascar fan and media engagement center. hp's technology helps us turn millions of tweets, posts and stories into real-time business insights that help nascar win with our fans. she was a picky eater. well now i'm her dietitian... ...and last year, she wasn't eating so well. so i recommended boost complete nutritional drink to help her get the nutrition she was missing. and now she drinks it every day. well, it tastes great! [ male announcer ] boost drink has 26 essential vitamins and minerals, including calcium and vitamin d to support strong bones, and 10 grams of protein to help maintain muscle. and now boost comes in tw
Aug 27, 2013 10:00am PDT
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Aug 30, 2013 10:00am PDT
to act in syria. jane newton small is time magazine's correspondent. good to see you as always. we should let our audience know setting up those similarities, that's the first line from your article. tell us why you think they're not similar. >> well, first of all, the object of the action and that regime change. about ten years ago george w. bush really wanted to topple hussein. barack obama does not want to topple assad because they're very worried if they do there will be a vacuum of power in syria and it will become a failed state and al qaeda could take over. they're really not trying to get assad out. >> tell us about the point you make about limited engagement. we heard that before. we heard it from president bush. we're hearing it where we expect the president will say this is a very limited situation. >> remember back at that time george w. bush mustered 130,000 troops by the time he made that speech to the american public. in this case you've got maybe five slips off the coast of syria. you have no boots on the ground and it really is an operation that experts expect will last t
Aug 9, 2013 11:00am EDT
. ♪ [ dad ] jan? [ female announcer ] another newtonism. into every life, a little fudge must drizzle. new banana drizzled with dark fudge fruit thins. real fruit, real fudge, whole grains. newtons fruit thins. one unique cookie. >> this is jess from mj mj. >>> more surprises for joy up next. "the democratic party of virginia sponsored this adad." ken cuccinelli is on a mission. he wants to overturn roe v. wade, in virginia, to make all abortions illegal. cuccinelli even tried to bully the state board of health to get his way. the rginian-pilot said "the consequences of such a politically motivated precedent could be significant." cuccinelli's war on abortion, even in cases of rape or incest. ken cuccinelli. he's focused on his own agenda. not us. [ cheers and applause ] >>> what monitor? >> send this to the taliban, okay? >> no, i'm not. >> no, you know what? >> wait a second. >> stop it. stop it. oh, my god! somebody comes up behind you and attacks you, you kick 'em in the balls! >> just like that. just like, ah. >> purse your lips. >> oh, god. >> that's what your anus looks like. [ laug
Aug 22, 2013 5:00pm EDT
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Aug 19, 2013 5:00am EDT
never. >> newton said it appears asas though the man, 34-year-old wese hunt had a seizure and then they realized he wasn't breathing. >> i started doing chest compressions and got the mouth to put over his mouth. i was doing chest appreciations. >> she kept on performing cpr until the ambulance arrived. newton said she just learned the technique two months ago.mont >> we have to be certified cer because we work around adults and kids as well.e >> officials say the victim was alert and conscious when he was transported to prince george'seg hospital center.ital >> i give thanks to god. without him he did it. it was all him. i was doing the work with him. that's all. >> according to the red cross, 70% of americans either don'tont know cpr are or training has lapsed. all of this an important reminder about the benefits of learning. in the newsroom lauren demarco fox 5 news. >> it's an iconic piece of michael jackson wardrobe.n wa why the crystal glove is at thet end of a legal dispute. >> new claims princess diana was murdered. new claves of foul play in her death coming up in
Aug 7, 2013 5:00pm EDT
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Aug 20, 2013 5:00pm EDT
newtonism. into every life, a little fudge must drizzle. new banana drizzled with dark fudge fruit thins. real fruit, real fudge, whole grains. newtons fruit thins. one unique cookie. >> wendy: i am so excited to catch up with our first guest. she's a grammy-award winning singer whose latest single "body party" from her fifth album is blowing up t charts. she's also gotten my vote as one of the most beautiful women in the world. please welcome ciara. [ cheers and applause ] >> wendy: hi, ciara girl. i am so glad to catch up with you again. >> i know, me too. >> wendy: just put your feet in front of the shoe cam. >> how do i do it? >> wendy: it's in the table right here. i like your kinky boots. >> angle them. thank you. >> wendy: yes. and you walk out here like a super model. do you want a prayer cloth? >> what's that? i think i need one. >> wendy: a prayer cloth -- >> i think i'm all right. let me get the angle closer. i need one. >> wendy: do i hear an accent? >> i can't help it. i don't know what's going on with me. i'm changing my -- i'm doing weird things. >> wendy: you're growing u
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Aug 20, 2013 3:00am PDT
, a man shot dead and found in olivia newton john's house. the details straight ahead. >> i swear to god, one of these days, i this piece of out the window e. >> what drives you crazy at the office? we've got the list of rages. wait until you hear which one made it to the top and perhaps the one thing that puts you over the stop. "fox & friends" starts now. >> the problem when we do stories like this. everybody weighs in and start noticing those things as well. >> tweet us and tell us your office rage. what drives you crazy. >> we're forced to weigh in at a time we're usually showering or not here at work. they got to us early they want to toe what the rage was. >> are you saying you didn't shower this morning? >> no, no, i did. i just had to think a little earlier than usual. >> we need to get right to your headlines tuesday morning and the latest on the crisis in egypt. overnight a brand-new report that the united states secretly cut off aid to egypt. that's according to democratic senator pat leahy, the white house refused to definitely say whether it believes mohammed morsi's ouster
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Aug 20, 2013 11:00am EDT
back any time. >> i love your show. connell: mark newton is next out that the new york stock exchange. our market seems all right today. we talked to you earlier about interest rates. >> the u.s. is the one bright spot today among a dark situation. today has equally as much of a chance as yesterday. it gives investors a chance. that leaves the question, are investors overseas more concerned about the possibility of tapering in the u.s.? the answer is likely, no. it could push up the cost of oil and other imports. it is a slow month. volume has been drying up. even though we are down to new five-week lows, we are still fairly resilient compared to the rest of the world. connell: thank you. mark newton. dagen: the rising tax on smart phones and why it is happening now. connell: some of the winners that we are seeing today over at the nasdaq. ♪ connell: the cyber threat of thing we been reporting on on this show for months now. mcafee is out with its latest threat report. a large spike in mobile malware. the biggest target, android users. we have mcafee executive vice president. let's
Aug 27, 2013 3:00am PDT
day for kids, but not to the survivors of last year's massacre in newton. the extraordinary measures in place to help make them feel safe. la's known definitely for its traffic, congestion, for the smog. but there are a lot of people that do ride the bus. and now that the buses are running on natural gas, they don't throw out as much pollution into the air. so i feel good. i feel like i'm doing my part to help out the environment. i don'without goingcisions to angie's list first. with angie's list, i know who to call, and i know the results will be fantastic! find out why more than two million members count on angie's list. angie's list -- reviews you can trust. it's delicious. so now we've turned her toffee into a business. my goal was to take an idea and make it happen. i'm janet long and i formed my toffee company through legalzoom. i never really thought i would make money doing what i love. [ robert ] we created legalzoom to help people start their business and launch their dreams. go to today and make your business dream a reality. at we put the law
Aug 15, 2013 9:00am PDT
in paula newton to explain how a tweet, especially a really, really dumb one, can get you fired. >> you might be thinking how do we come up with this stuff, but no, it all happened. we're not going to name him. we're calling him the aspiring mechanic, which is what he called himself on twitter. he's at mr. lube car maintenance franchise in canada. he tweets, any dealers in vaughan want to make a 20 sac chop? two grams of marijuana for somebody who doesn't know, he's so efficient gives the address, come to keele langstaff mr. lube, need a splif or two to help. well, police basically one of the regional police forces outside toronto retweets it adds, awesome, can we come too? so you can picture the guy at work starting to panic. and he starts to say, hey, i was just kidding, come on, don't you guys have something better to do with your time. well, no, the police decided this was serious enough that they called his employer and sure enough one of the last tweets from this gentleman is, just got the call of termination. >> oh, no. >> i have to say that before that mr. lube actually tweeted
Aug 16, 2013 11:00am PDT
for the movie in apple terms, where macbook is five stores and the newton a total dud, call at this time. cloud, a b minus at best, according to critics. send us a tweet after the you see the movie, let us know what you think. >>> if you tuned into this morning's news, you saw our gadget friday, remote-controlled ball controlled by your iphone. i did not have much luck controlling it this morning on the 5 a.m. show. and i'm giving it a second shot here. i think i've got the hang of it now. so $120, guys, and it is great fun to play with. you can also -- hey, look at me going around and around. you can also program it so it's fun for kids and kind of educational, too. i really like this thing. sphereo, about $120. back to you. >> thank you, scott-o. >> like a runaway ping pong ball. not sure what i would do with that one. >>> christina loren, think of a lot of things i would like to do this weekend, get outside, enjoy the weather. >> a last hoorah, many kids heading back to school on monday, jon and marla, have to break it down for you, we are going to see two very different sides to our local b
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Aug 21, 2013 3:00pm EDT
said everyone wanted a part of this. mark newton, what can we expect as we look toward the next meeting? >> we are still in a very seasonably bearish month. on a monthly basis, stocks are still quite overbought. i am a little more bearish, i think, over the next couple weeks. the s&p still has a good shot at pulling back. liz: okay. let me get to something that certainly matters to a lot of people. oil dropping more than one dollar. what is that about? major news in the middle east. >> i kind of feel like the guy left out with everything else going on. crude did make a crazy move. we had that yesterday. we are near the end of the summer. that situation always seems to get bad. it seems, you know, this whole summer it seems to be holding up the whole world. those cracks have gotten really soft. i think we are on the way to a big move. liz: we did see a big move. thank you, gentlemen, very much. retail earnings disappointments have piled up with two more names missing the market today. the stock reactions are not always disappointing. what are you looking at today that gives us a sense of
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Aug 30, 2013 8:00pm EDT
. >>> and joining us now here in the studio is retired air force lieutenant richard newton. what would an attack look like on syria. >> again, having from my retired perspective and really not knowing. any of the specifics, i think it's going to be limited in scale. i think like hi as we've seen from in the media and in the public square and a sea-based attack perhaps. >> cruise missiles? >> that's where it might start. >> i believe so. or could. that's my opinion. >> the weather doesn't matter? >> no. the taumaawk has been used all the way in to iraq and afghanistan. >>> you think it would be at night. >> it could start off at night. that would be from a military option or planning standpoint kicking this thing off during evening time period does a couple things for you. you have the cloak of darkness if you will. you also have the populous on a sea cycle. you've got less pedestrian traffic in the urban areas. >> so stealth bombers come in and follow the cruise missiles. >> i don't know if that's a package of capabilities. that's in addition of what we're talking about -- that will go after com
Aug 21, 2013 11:00pm EDT
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Aug 19, 2013 6:30pm EDT
investigating two tragic deaths. >> a giant mystery at olivia newton-john's florida home, now a crime scene. did someone commit suicide? the investigation unfolding outside palm beach. police called to the mansion owned by the pop star and her businessman husband john easter ling just after noon today. the report -- someone discovered a man's body outside by the pool. the word is rosie o'donnell was planning to buy the mansion. workers were making repairs at the hole. police confirmed olivia and john were not there at the time. california police investigating the suicide of disney star lee thompson young now seen on the "rizzoli & isles." he was discovered in his l.a. apartment after panicked co-workers called to say he hadn't shown up to work today. reports say he had shot himself. his rep is confirming he did take his own life. lady gaga's war with perez hilton goes nuclear. the pop star ang rilly attacking him on twitter -- "stay away from me and my family. you are sick trying to rent an apartment in my building to stalk me." >> gaga, are you worried about perez hilton? >> she refused to answ
Aug 25, 2013 7:00pm EDT
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Aug 20, 2013 8:00am PDT
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Aug 7, 2013 1:00pm EDT
an update on markets. mark newton on the floor. we heard a chorus of fed officials. is that what is taking down the market this week? >> tough to pin this all on tapering. a lot of people think this is only thing driving stocks these days. there are at love technical concerns. things were overbought for a period of time. we rallied over last six or seven weeks. seasonality is a concern. we are in weakest month of year, second to september. sentiment has gotten quite elevated. these are all concerns. tapering is something on the mind and there is some uncertainty but it is tough to say this is the sole reason stocks are selling off. this will be with us until september. this will be tough to pinpoint every ebb and flow just based on the that. lori: there was treasury auction today. very tepid demand as well. >> right. lori: to your point maybe it is the doldrums of summer. what do you think the next catalyst to get people back into the market to make firm decisions? >> that will be difficult to say because we've already had quite a run. we have uncertainty looming over us and really upcomin
Aug 31, 2013 12:00pm PDT
are few. jane newton small is a terrific reporter and times magazine reporter. you've written an article that a lot of team are talking about for "time," "six ways syria 2013 isn't iraq in 2003." differences you say include how the u.s. is handling the regime, the time commitment given by the u.s., the support from the arab world and yooirp, weapons of mass destruction, and how much support there is from congress. let's begin with the first difference you list. regime change. explain the difference here. >> well, clearly when george w. bush went into iraq, his number one goal was ousting saddam hussein, getting hip out of there. and obama is exactly the opposite. he said over and over again this is not about regime change. while he does want bashar assad to go from syria he doesn't want to topple him now because there's no end to that equation. at the other end you don't know who is going to take his place. there's a real risk of it becoming a failed state, a giant power vacuum. that's the number one big difference. >> what about support from around the world, the arab region, and also i
Aug 4, 2013 6:00pm EDT
. if you are coming through this and that we are using technology that isaac newton had and we are one step up from the quilt and this is what happens when you have a marketplace in which there is no need for consumers and producers to negotiate with one another where everyone is interested and there is no -- buhle enter the repeated relationships that make life so much easier everywhere else. so the thing about where we are with the money end of the situation is that these obligations are never going to be met. they are not. we've got by my account something like $140 trillion of liabilities and $0 to pay for them. if you ever try to talk to people about the national debt and things related to meet you notice the kind of go the numbers all sell like. anything above like 16th. i have to check twice. you know, 100 billion, 100 trillion, i was over at the house speaking to a couple members of congress and they didn't know the difference between 100,000,000,100 tralee can also do wouldn't necessarily know it. to give you a scale of that, 140 trillion is two times the gdp of the planet. it is a
Aug 6, 2013 6:00am PDT
hook elementary students are shining on the baseball diamond. >> the newton ren gates are heading to the world series. the roster is made up of 10 year olds and some students were add sandy hook elementary. they won the regional last weekend. >> good morning, everybody. baseball came down handing down the longest non-gambling suspension in baseball history. alex rodriguez was suspended 211 games. that carries through the 2014 season. he plans to appeal and can play until the process is complete which probably won't be until the season is over. you could see him all year long. >>> in his debut, arod was greeted with a heavy dose of boos last night. he did have a single. handed 50 game suspension. all stars nelson cruz, jhonny peralta. >>> make as much anticipated return to the mound. will get the ball friday night. the giants start a home stand last evening. tied at 1 in the 8th. pinch hit single. the giants score three times in the 8th inning and win 4-2. going to take a lot more of that for the giants to climb back into the race. we are two days away from the 49er's preseason ope
Aug 16, 2013 9:00am PDT
allegedly found by sexual predators who are getting bolder and smarter and more high-tech. paula newton talked to a police unit that patrols the dark, often violent corners of the internet. >> reporter: amanda todd could take no more. she bullied herself. this video she posted is blunt. her pain obvious. the kind of pain another canadian teenager knew so well. she killed herself in april. family says she was tormented by months of bullying after a photo of her alleged sexual assault was distributed online. >> what are we seeing in realtime here? >> over an amount of time you'll see this in any major city. >> reporter: this is a snapshot of the online trading of child sexual abuse being spied on my canadian police. we taken through the mine field of predators children can be exposed to online every day even they they believe they are only sharing with their friends. >> they end up on dirtier and darker parts of the internet being traded by people who have a sexual interest in the material. >> pedophiles. >> reporter: canadian police tell us this kind of cyber crime is socially and person
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Aug 20, 2013 2:00am PDT
in olivia newton john's house. the details straight ahead. >> i swear to
Aug 24, 2013 11:30am EDT
of isaac newton and the year before world war i, even up until the 1930s, you will find that the variation in the price level was basically zero. that is to say that the purchasing power of a couple hundred years in choosing basic goods from market was the same purchasing power based upon the wages and salaries of each particular facts and circumstances. so-called inflations of the gold standard were about 1.2% despite the unbelievable exaggeration that one hears from the academics who wish to criticize the gold standard. the inflations themselves and the expansion of growth molas described as inflation was about a one to one and a half to 2% rate of gain during periods of augmentation. if you take the example that encompasses deflationary moments of decline to about world war i and just be. not before then from 819-79-1913. you'll find that the purchasing power was virtually without movement. they had no access to make it count on the purchasing power with their entire system expired. >> we have powerful computers. all these things and i'm going to handed over to addison who will take a f
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Aug 7, 2013 6:00pm EDT
. gerri: a lot of people are anti-bread right now, so they buy these newton free products. >> it is the atkins diet. that really clouds the issue. trying to make these extra sales and every brand pushing us but keep in mind 1% of the population. gerri: are they healthier or no? >> they are healthier for people who have celiac. it can reduce bloating. gerri: for the rest of us concerned about how much bread we are eating, is it healthy for those people? >> no. eat a healthier bread, get away from white bread, eat whole grains, eat less. those are the secrets to good health. gerri: i know you watch the numbers, talking th to total sas of these products almost $15 billion. how important is it to the grocery stores right now? >> it is huge and it is going to get even bigger. next year we will have a deluge of new products and this will go to about $25 billion before the bubble burst. and then we have something else. the emerging trend is local, but i think we will see some new standards and some new innovations when it comes to bringing local produce to the supermarket in japa
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